The fund’s program of cooperation with the Belarusian authorities has been brought to stop.
The Belarusian government was forced to abandon the credit program of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Finance Minister of Belarus Maksim Yermalovich reported that on Sunday, September 9, interfax.by informs.
According to the minister, the Belarusian authorities and the IMF "were divided over the implementation of the reform program."
In the medium term, Belarus plans to place sovereign bonds worth up to 2 million dollars in the local markets of Russia and China, Yermalovich said.